The clip deals with the first contact astronaut Chuck Baker makes on Planet 51, while the behind-the-scenes features the cast discussing the essence of the animation.
More sneak peeks at "Planet 51" have been shared through a new extended clip and a fresh behind-the-scenes (BTS). The clip comes out courtesy of Yahoo! Movies and runs for two minutes long. Entitled "Big Bad Monster", it offers a look at the time Chuck Baker makes his first touch at the green aliens' planet and generates fear among the inhabitants.
The BTS, in the meantime, is found at Sony Pictures' YouTube account. In addition to the glimpses of new footage, it contains commentary about the characters and the story from some of the voice cast ensemble. Among those describing what the movie is all about are Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Justin Long, Jessica Biel and Seann William Scott.
"Planet 51" tells the story of an American astronaut Chuck Baker, who lands on Planet 51 thinking he's the first person to step foot on it. But, he can't be more wrong about that. Much to his surprise, the planet is already inhabited by little green people who are happily living in a white picket fence world reminiscent of '50s America, but fear of being overrun by alien invaders like Chuck.
Stuck in a world that fears his existence, Chuck accidentally befriends one of the planet's inhabiters named Lem. With the help of a new friend named Lem and his robot companion "Rover", he must now find a way out of Planet 51 before he is made into a permanent part of the planet's Alien Invaders Space Museum. This animated comedy will invade U.S. theaters November 20.
- Clip "Big Bad Monster":
- Behind the Scenes: